JESUS CHRIST AND CHRIST JESUS

What is the difference between Jesus Christ and Christ Jesus

If we are to take on Christ identity we are to make a small differentiation or we will cross boundary not meant to be crossed. We need to be careful as we can not separate the Lord Jesus Christ and carve Him up in segments. The closest we can come to that is saying He became flesh and dwelt amongst us John 1:14

Anything you can find of Christ is true of us, be sure to make a distinction between the man ‘Jesus’ and godhead part ‘Christ’, as Jesus is the man part and Christ is the godhead part, Jesus opens the seals, Jesus is the high priest, Jesus paid for the sins of mankind, Jesus is the lamb of God, Jesus is the king of kings, Jesus overcame.

Till we all come in the unity of the faith, and of the knowledge of the Son of God, to a perfect man, to the measure of the stature of the fullness of Christ. (Eph 4:13)

The bible distinguishes between emphasising the God part (the son of God, spirit) as Christ Jesus and the man part as Jesus Christ (the son of man, soul). In regard to us in the spirit its always Christ, Christ, not Jesus but Christ the God part!

Classic Cars From General Motors.

NEW DELHI: One of the biggest auto makers in the world, General Motors began its India journey in 1996 – much before the likes of Renault and Nissan, and around the same time as Hyundai. 21 years on, the American company has under one per cent share in the otherwise vibrant Indian car market.

For GM , the journey of 21 years has hardly been vibrant + – failing to find a foothold here even as rivals pushed the pedal to accelerate. In a market dominated by Maruti Suzuki 800s, GM offered Astra under the Opel brand. While the car did come as a fresh and premium package, it could not find mass appeal. From hereon, the company dabbled with Corsa and Vectra under Opel and a number of vehicles under the Chevrolet brand. Barring momentary jolts of success, not one car managed to become a common sight on Indian roads. Another problem may have been GM’s inability to connect with its buyer base. “They (Chevrolet) failed to invoke a connection with the general masses,” says Col. YS Katoch, co-founder of CarXpert, a service-providing company for multi-brand cars. “The decentralized dealer model seems to be the pain point for the company where there was no control over pricing and other after sales services.”

Agrees Nitin Vaijal, an independent car-trading analyst, who says Chevrolet’s image value never really took off in India. “Some of their vehicles were good and solid offerings. The Optra is a case in point. But many found taking their cars to the service centers as an uphill task. A section of buyers who still went for these cars eventually began leaning elsewhere,” he says.

5 College Degrees That Will Be

While GM has promised to continue providing service and spare parts to owners + of Chevrolet cars in India despite folding sales, here’s taking a look at GM’s Chevrolet current offerings will now bid farewell to

The Rise and Fall of Iddi Amin.

Rise and Fall of Idi Amin , also known as Amin: The Rise and Fall , is a 1981

biographical film directed by Sharad Patel and starring Joseph Olita as Idi Amin .

It details the controversial actions and atrocities of the former dictator of

Uganda , Idi Amin Dada, during his violent rise to power in 1971 until his overthrow in 1979 as the result of the

Uganda–Tanzania War . Rise and Fall of Idi Amin was a co-production of the United Kingdom, Kenya, and Nigeria, with most of filming done in Kenya, [2]

[3] less than a year after Amin’s downfall. [4]

Despite being branded as an

exploitation film, it is reasonably accurate with the facts and dates of the events depicted, including the

Israeli raid, the war with Tanzania, and the capture and imprisonment of British journalist Denis Hills (who portrays himself in the film). [1]

When released internationally, most of the voices were dubbed because of poor sound production. [5]

Olita also played Amin in the 1991 film

Mississippi Masala . [6]

The film won five awards, including best actor, at the Las Vegas International Film Festival. [7]

References

1. ^ a b Canby, Vincent (19 March 1982). “AMIN’S RISE AND FALL” . The New York Times.

2. ^ Odhiambo, Nelcon (2 June 2014).

“Star actor in the Rise and Fall of Idi Amin dies in Siaya” . Daily Nation.

3. ^ Odhiambo, Nelcon (2 June 2014).

“Star actor in the Rise and Fall of Idi Amin dies in Siaya” . Daily Nation.

4. ^ Ashaba, Anita (3 June 2014).

“Joseph Olita who Acted As ‘Idi Amin’ Passes On At 70″ .

5. ^ ” ‘Idi Amin’ actor dies aged 70 in Kogelo, Siaya” . Kenya Satellite Network. 2 June 2014.

6. ^ Oloo, Eric (3 June 2014). “Idi Amin actor Joseph Olita dies in Siaya” .

The Star .

7. ^ Obituary: Joseph Olita on playing Idi Amin at YouTube

Big Thing Waited

Over the last few seasons Manchester United’s campaign has petered out early as they have fallen off the pace in the league and with Europe not even in their sights.

But with the Europa League final to look forward to José Mourinho has masterminded a decent first season at the club.

And after three years in the comparative football wilderness winning this competition would represent a really successful season for the club. Not only will it be the third trophy of the campaign but they also have the golden ticket to the Champions League next season.

So Mourinho’s selection for this game is absolutely crucial. TFF believes that one of his best qualities is the ability to choose the right men for each game and also to sign top players – he has so far passed both tests with flying colours this season.

The one player who TFF has never fancied but who Mourinho clearly likes is Jesse Lingard. He has improved over the last year but he still doesn’t offer enough attacking threat to be a forward for Manchester United at the very top level of European domestic competition.

We would much sooner see Anthony Martial start in his stead but the Portuguese coach doesn’t seem to want to play Rashford and Martial in the same starting line up. Perhaps he doesn’t believe they track back enough. But Rashford will definitely start this game and the real question is whether he plays up top or on the left wing.

TFF believes that Rashford will play through the middle with possibly Mkhitaryan on the right and Lingard on the left.

We think that Manchester United will leave Martial on the bench and use his pace if necessary later in the game. That will give them the opportunity to have a really solid three of Carrick, Herrera and Pogba in the midfield. Pogba should be the furthest forward of this three where he can really push on and create chances.

The defence is looking stronger again after some serious injuries to key players. Unfortunately the recently excellent Argentine Marcos Rojo is out for this one but Eric Bailly has been the star man for Manchester United over the last few weeks and he would surely have started if he wasn’t suspended.

Manchester United will play Phil Jones alongside Chris Smalling. On the right we expect to see the indefatigable Antonio Valencia and on the left it’s a toss up between Darmian and Daley Blind. Darmian seems to get the nod in this battle most of the time.

Sergio Romero will keep his place in goal which will add to the speculation about whether David de Gea has played his last game for Manchester United. We think that the only real question is who plays in attack for Manchester United and while we would love to see Martial start, it looks more likely to be Lingard. So here is the eleven we think Manchester United will play with against Ajax and we also believe that they will win the trophy

TFF prediction: Manchester United 3-1 Ajax

Manchester United: Romero, Darmian, Smalling, Jones, Valencia – Carrick, Herrera, Pogba – Lingard, Rashford, Mkhitaryan